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SRP Employee Reviews

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Too large to care about individuals
Designer (Former Employee), Tollison ArizonaJanuary 28, 2015
Pros: good co-workers
Cons: dishonest management
They decide upon who fits in with them despite the talent. If you are within the right area at the right time, you remain. Outside of that window you loose. Honestly felt like there were boarder line decisions made and that can been seen on diversity. Lacking very much in diversity. Absolutely no diversity in management. I have worked many places and SRP exudes an action speaks louder than words environment. I do not like leaving negative things, nor is my intent to be bias. I tell it like it is.
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Company policies are really family friendly but advancement within the company is not easy
Computer Analyst / Solutions Designer (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZNovember 2, 2014
Pros: flexible hours and family friendly
Cons: individuals in management seem to be "too closed", it's hard to break in as a person that joins the company and is looked at as "different"
The job security can be rated at a 5 start, but the advancement is almost a 1. It was hard to give one review for that one above. The job culture seems to be one which has brought about the need for one to be part of the "main stream clique" in order to even be considered or looked at for any opportunities outside one's department
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Good Place To Work Afforded Good Experiences.
Executive Director (Former Employee), Hampton,VAJune 18, 2014
Pros: innovated learning and training and skill development.
Cons: not too many good place to work
Time management, account controls and planning and a host of other experience were apart of the daily grind.
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Mediocre IT temp agency
Independent Contractor (Former Employee), Doylestown, PANovember 12, 2013
Pros: not much
Cons: berating boss
the work was unchallenging. They just gave me installations, and some computer repair jobs.

the boss was egotistical and berating.
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growing company
General Manger (Former Employee), Palm Bay, FLNovember 5, 2013
Great organization.
Growing corporate franchise, well organized and financed.
Tremendous opportunity
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Productive Work/Fast Pace Enviroment
Medical Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) (Current Employee), Little Rock, ARSeptember 26, 2013
Pros: healthcare benifits
Cons: mission first/family second
Primary duties at the SRRC is screening for medical deployability for SMs who are deploying and redeploying, levy, readiness, PCS, PHA, and PDHRA. Personal responsibilities are maintained and accounts for high value equipment. Responsible for the supervision and welfare of all assigned personnel; maintains all training and competency files. Administers emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties, supervises field and clinical medical facilities under the supervision of a physician, optometrist, or physician's assistant. Basic Duties: Administers emergency treatment for injuries, assists with outpatient and inpatient care, maintains health records and clinical files, assists with nursing care of patients to include medical examinations, takes baseline vital signs, applies and removes surgical dressings, and collects specimens for analysis. Provide information on patient’s legal rights and refer to social services for additional resources for victims of crime.
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SRP
Medical Support Assistant/Referral Coordinator (Current Employee), Joint Base Lewis MchordJuly 16, 2013
Great place to work. Working with Soldiers deploying and reintegrating is very satisfying.
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programmer
PROGRAMMER ANALYST (Former Employee), Tucson, AZOctober 3, 2012
Pros: db2, mq series
Provided analysis of design, coding, testing, and implementation of program fixes and major/minor enhancement for a new service call M-Power project written in COBOL 390, CICS, DB2, MQ series, MVS/JCL, MVS/XA , and TSO/ISPF. This project is enhancing an existing utility company system, enabling them to allow customers to transfer from the standard monthly billing cycle to pay as you need the service. Also mapped data and build test cases for the purpose of testing common modules for M-Power.

About SRP

One of the US's largest government-owned utilities, Salt River Project (SRP) provides Phoenix with two types of currents: electric – Read more

SRP Salaries

Senior Engineer
$105,047 per year
College Intern
$15.76 per hour
College Student
$15.35 per hour
Student Intern
$17.86 per hour
Customer Service Representative
$16.70 per hour